DELAFIELD, WI – Gold In September® (G9) has announced the addition of Jeanne Diffley to their organization. Diffley will serve as the non-profit’s Director of Operations.
Most recently Diffley was a Multi-site Director for COA Youth & Family Centers. In this role she oversaw all areas of early childhood operations for the non-profit. “We are thrilled that Jeanne has joined the G9 team,” notes Sarah Bartosz, President of G9. “She will provide the structure needed to help drive our internal processes. We know her oversight will help us create the framework we need to move to the next level in sharing the G9 mission and vision,” she adds.
For her part, Diffley is looking forward to continuing to build the cross-functional collaboration between G9’s team members. “I enjoy creating strategy that helps to promote synergistic relationships throughout an organization. I am excited to continue developing this at G9 to create even more efficient operations,” she notes.
Being part of a team that supports awareness and research to help find a cure for all childhood cancers also drives Diffley in her new role. “The G9 mission really has my heart. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of an organization that is working to make such an important difference,” Diffley shares.
About Gold In September® (G9) G9 is a childhood cancer non-profit dedicated to increasing funding for childhood cancer research and initiatives by growing awareness that inspires action to help every child, everywhere. G9 directly funds Early Phase Trials, bringing the newest, most promising treatments to kids faster. Utilizing a noble model of turning the world gold to raise awareness and meet the mission, G9 directly benefits the entire childhood cancer community with gold alliance, resulting in increased funding and support for all childhood cancer initiatives. For more information about Gold In September® visit www.goldinseptember.com.
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